Health Information Specialist (Current Employee), Chardon rd Richmond Heights, OH – July 15, 2015
I really love my job here as a Health Information Specialist. I have worked at several facilties but my current facility is by far my most enjoyable. The Cafeteria is great along with the kind and smiling faces throughout the facility. My manager is great and not afraid to lend a hand when we have a short schedule. The most enjoyable part of my job is the peace and tranquility of the office sometimes its hectic but for the most part its tranquil and quiet. The hardest part of my job is "the deadline rush" before or after a holiday but as usual i manage to get it done.
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee), Highland Hills, OH – July 1, 2015
The management was very rude, the co-workers were amazing. The job was fun and not stressful. A typical day was answering phone calls as well as calling patients to schedule appointments for them. The hardest part of the job was not being able to fully help patients, meaning there was only so much i was able to do on my end and the rest i would have to send the patients to the doctors office.
Business Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – June 12, 2015
Pros: setting my own schedule
Cons: late hours
in my current role, my job isnt typical. It changes daily, depending on the schedules and the needs of others. the hardest part of this job is depending on others to complete their portion of the work, so that my portion is completed. Have to have strong organizational skills to do this type of work. The most enjoyable part is meeting new people and seeing the project completed- from start to finish.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Orange, OH – June 3, 2015
Pros: Vacation time, FMLA
Cons: Short breaks, miscommunication
I would love to become an employee of your company. I feel that I would be an asset to your practice. A typical day at work would include checking in a patient by verifying identification and insurance. Triaging patient by taking vital signs and reviewing all medications that the patient is currently taking. I would like to be under the management of someone who is competent, logical and understanding. One who is patient and always puts the patient first. I like to make work a fun place to be, you spend the majority of your time there so why not? I am a team player and will go over and beyond to assist anyone. For me, the hardest part of my job would be not to be able to help a patient or fellow co-worker. I absolutely LOVE being a Medical Assistant and working with patients and developing a great rapport with the patient and there families.
Grant Accountant (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – May 22, 2015
Working in niche departments does not provide the right amount of growth or support to foster a career. Problem people do not get fired, they get moved. Many people say "not my job" and move on. Communication is lacking throughout.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – May 11, 2015
Medical assistants perform routine administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians and other health practitioners running smoothly. The duties of medical assistants vary from office to office, depending on the location and size of the practice and the practitioner's specialty.
Great place to work, compensation and benefits could be better
Environmental Services (Current Employee), Cleveland Ohio – May 7, 2015
Pros: job stability
Cons: very hard to move up the ladder
My days are very repetitive but I've learned that this is a great company and it would be wise to stay here and role with the punches. My managers are very flexible and they will work with when needed. The hardest part about my job is that its very difficult to grow in Environmental Services. The most enjoyable part is that I work in a safe, stable environment.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – April 11, 2015
Pros: Offer secure pay now and then, managers work with you
Cons: Horrible hours, pt population can grind you down.
A good place to cut your teeth as an RN. I'm relocating to a new town, but if I were to stay they have good opportunities to further your career. My floor was chaotic and often horrible, but the management does their best to be supportive.
Dietary Aide (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – February 23, 2015
Cons: work hours
A typical day at work begins at 11am and ends at 730 pm. There is a mixture of different cultures and statuses, for example, we have patients from all over the country and a different variety of doctors.
Lead Nutrition Services Assistant (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – February 21, 2015
Pros: making a patient visit pleasant
Cons: very busy at times
each day was different. we worked hard to give our patients the best and most accurate services we could. i was flexible, which means, i sometimes worked different areas each day or during the day. i was a team leader so i had to show i can give support as well as give demands. sometimes the hardest part was the employees if they were not productive, otherwise we had we worked hard and had fun. my co-workers was the best part.
Processor/Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – February 7, 2015
I work with children ranging from the ages of newborns to 18. I draw babies and then go back to the lab to process for the rest of my shift. I come in contact with nurses, doctors, families and other hospital staff. The best part of my job is that I play a part in helping making a child feel better and on their way back to good health.
I loved the staff and the environment. Every floor I worked on was pleasant and the nurses always helped when they could. This was one of the best jobs I've had in the 14 years I've worked in the medical field.